Code (Cayman) announced a new course to introduce blockchain and highlight how the technology is used globally.
The Learning and Support Network designs and organizes free programs for Caymanian residents interested in technology.
The Blockchain.Code (Cayman) program is supported by Algorand, Campbells and Cartan Group and follows the recent adoption of the regulatory framework for virtual asset service providers in the Caymans.
“We have been supporting the healthy blockchain economy in the Cayman Islands for a couple of years and are honored to continue to support this program,” said W. Sean Ford, COO of Algorand, in a press release. “These are future-oriented topics around the world that are relevant to promoting the development of blockchain technology in the Cayman Islands.”
Topics that will be covered during the eight-week program include an overview of blockchain jargon, smart contracts, regulatory challenges, central bank digital currencies, token basics, network effects, and future adoption.
“We are delighted to support Code (Cayman) in offering this long-awaited course,” said Richard Spencer, partner of Campbells law firm. “At Campbells, our Blockchain and FinTech practice continues to grow at a rapid pace and it is very satisfying to partner with clients like Algorand who are so passionate about promoting blockchain education in the Cayman Islands.”
Blockchain.Code (Cayman) will be held on January 12, 2021, from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Code technical laboratory (Cayman).
There is no cost to participate, but space is limited. For more information and to register, go to codecayman.com.